Yes, Holon, not sure how you'll get there from TA, and the streets are blocked so you probably have to walk the last 3 or 4 blocks. First time there last year I got there early, but didn't stand next to the street, so I ended up watching from the 4th, then 3rd row most of the time. It lasted 75 or 80 minutes So many wonderful, beautiful children. I took a lot of stills and more videos, but this is the best one and the only one I've posted The volume of the music is largely determined by where you stand, how far from speakers. I was only about 40 feet away so turn your speakers all the way up!
Some times it's best to just look and not record, but otoh, I ran down the battery on my camera and then the battery on my phone, so make sure they're fully charged. (I had spare batteries for the camera but hadn't started using them yet.)
Holon is big; Tel Aviv is bigger; there are dozens of bus routes going from one to the other - different parts - and without knowing where you are staying nobody can advise on the best way to get to the Purim parade.
A few days before Purim post here with details of where you're staying and someone will help with public transport info.
You also, so you won't waste too much time, need to know where in Holon it is. I tried to find a map of the route online and couldn't so I just followed my nose, but I can imagine wasting an hour doing that. And if you noticed the two videos are taken on different streets, one much wider and one with a divider in the middle. I hope to go this year too, and I'd love to know in advance which street was the wide one. I don't even remember the name of the street with the divider that I was on, but I think it ran north and south and had nothing but shops on the first floor.
There will be publicity nearer the time. All the local papers as well as the Holon municipality website, will have route maps etc. Lidia, a couple of days before Purim post here again (or start a new thread). Nobody on the forum will remember several months from now that you wanted this info!
<<I believe you can get there from Tel Aviv by taxi bus or car. >>
Matan, that's truly helpful (and astonishing!) information. You can get to anywhere in Israel from Tel Aviv by taxi, bus (most places) or car.
But without knowing exactly where Lidia is staying, and where exactly the Holon Purim parade will be taking place, it's far too early to look up bus details. And knowing what buses are like here, if it's the right bus number today it might very well be different by Purim.